Must See Floor Art Designs

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Lava – Edgar Mueller

During the late 60’s, through writers like Cornbread and Cool Earl, a lively art movement arose in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The phenomenon of street art took on very quickly in New York City as well. It became a movement of duty, where colors, designs and names had were decorating buildings, walls, streets, and underground tunnels. Street art has gained its popularity during the graffiti art revolution of the early 1980s. It has become one of the most popular but also nebulous genre of art. I’d love to call it a phenomenon that escapes time and space, and that fills the world. Through the wide variety of styles and perspectives, artists created many revolutionary and evolutionary graffitis. Street art recently flourished in countries such as Egypt, Libya and Tunisia. People are now so fascinated with street art that they travel through city streets all over the world to explore this popular and lively art movement. This artistic phenomenon can be in the form of paintings, mosaic tiles, carvings and many more. Outdoor graffiti murals are always easy to depict and indoor ceilings too, so why not add floor art designs? It’s a third dimensional world where the roads and sidewalks can be transformed into canvases with a wide range of angles. Discover the most inspirational floor art ideas and mediums.

3D Chalk Floor Art

Lava – Edgar Mueller

Edgar Mueller is an innovative street artist for Mulheim, Germany. He developed a fascination for painting at an early age. He won his first street painting competition at the age of 19. He’s known today as the Master of three-dimensional illusion street art. He uses washable paint and chalk using the street as his boundless canvas.

Source: http://rach75.hubpages.com/hub/chalk-art#

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Ice – Edgar Mueller

Ice – Edgar Mueller

Slovenia Cave – Edgar Mueller

Slovenia Cave - Edgar Mueller street art

Innovative Tile Floor Art

Many bohemian and innovative techniques are used nowadays to ornament the streets with creativity and inspiration. In Casablanca for instance, we notice many colorful patterned designs enhancing the walls and floors with complementing colors and saturations. As for other creative artists like the Russian Anatoly Vyatkin, an installation speaks it all. He added a unique landmark through incorporating a piece of technology into the natural landscape. He promotes the idea of integration and invites a passersby to interact with a giant Qwerty keyboard made of 86 stone blocks.

Colorful Tiles Of Casablanca

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Handmade Keyboard On Pavement

Stone Art Designs

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Landmark Giant Keyboard


Source: http://www.1designperday.com/2013/03/20/giant-keyboard-as-landmark/

Mosaic Floor Art

Hermitage Art Museum In Saint Petersburg Russia.

Hermitage Museum is the prime art gallery of Russia, one of the most remarkable museums in the world and certainly the main magnetism of St. Petersburg. The Museum was founded as a collection of art works by Empress Catherine the Great in 1764, and opened to the public in 1852.

Here is one of the mosaic rugs featured in the Museum.


Source: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/mosaic-floor-in-hermitage-art-museum-in-saint-petersburg-russia-ruth-hager.html

Sand Floor Art

Rangoli Folk Art of India

Rangoli, also known as kolam or Muggu, is a very popular art in India! Patterns, mandalas and spiritual symbols are created on the floor in living rooms or courtyards using materials such as colored rice, dry flour, colored sand or flower petals. It is usually made during Diwali, Onam, Pongal and other spiritual Indian festivals.

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NYC Ballet Enlists Street Art

French Street Artist Taking His Work Onstage at City Ballet

Stretched across the entire promenade of David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center, this floor mural captures all sights and attentions. It also makes you feel passionate enough to buy the tickets to the ballet performance. In collaboration with the French street artist and photographer JR, this large-scale photo installation became a part of NYCB’s 2014 Art series.

New York City Ballet

USA, New York City, 21 January 2014 NYC Ballet collaboration with JR. Etats-Unis, New York, 21 janvier 2014 Collaboration de JR avec le New York City Ballet (NYC Ballet). JR

Source: http://petapixel.com/2014/02/21/ny-ballet-enlists-photographers-help-make-epic-impression-patrons/

Artists are always proving their unlimited creativity and second-sighted visions, that is how artists and architects are changing the world.

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